Stonebridge @ Historic Reeder's Alley LbNA # 57736
|Placed Date||May 6 2011|
|County||Lewis and Clark|
|Found By||The Dombach Explorers (Attempted)|
|Last Update||May 6 2014|
This letterbox is hidden along a historic alley, and under a fabulous old intact stone-supported bridge...Park in the parking area, or on the street, and walk all the way up the alley to the top (past the stone building on the right which used to be called the "Stonehouse" and served the best prime rib this side of the mississippi:) Climb up under the bridge on the left side farthest rafter behind the rock placed there to hid it, is a pencil box containing the letterbox log book, and handmade (by my kiddos) stamp!
Hope you enjoyed your little stroll down (up) the alley!
KEEP TRACK OF YOUR FINDS BY LOGGING THEM ON ATLAS QUEST, or LBNA websites!
A Little Background on the area:
Many struck Gold on Helena's historic Gulches, and Reeder's Alley is no exception...Reeder's Alley is situated in the southwest corner of downtown, and is the oldest intact piece of early Helena. The property is a strong link to the beginnings of a settlement here, offering insights into the lives of miners, the Chinese influence, building techniques of the time, and life of the common men and women who came here seeking their fortune. The buildings in Reeder's Alley are designated as an historic district listed in the National Register of Historic Places with the National Park Service
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